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Stunning Scottsdale estate hits market with unrivaled $32M price tag

Jun 17, 2019, 4:04 AM | Updated: 11:34 am
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PHOENIX – A Scottsdale property that recently hit the market is looking to become the most expensive house ever sold in Arizona.

The 17-acre estate in the exclusive Silverleaf community was listed last month with a whopping asking price of $32 million.

That’s $6 million more than the next most expensive current Maricopa County listing on Realtor.com.

Another Silverleaf home set the state record in March 2018 when it sold for $18.8 million.

The new blockbuster listing is for a 15,534-square-foot house built in 2005. It has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and a 10-car garage.

The mansion has its own private entry gate in the gated, guarded community and a backdrop of the McDowell Mountains and Windgate Pass.

The property has flowerbeds, water features and green spaces blended with desert landscaping.

And for the active potential buyer, it also has a pool and indoor basketball court and isn’t far from the Sliverleaf Country Club golf course.

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Stunning Scottsdale estate hits market with unrivaled $32M price tag